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Warren Judd, visionary Adventist media leader, dies

The former CEO of the Adventist Media Center succumbs to cancer.

CNN Features Adventists on Show About Healthy Living

CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta highlights the longevity of Adventists in Loma Linda, California

Commentary: Denomination’s first emotional health conference seeks to destigmatize mental illness

Emotional problems are amongst the most challenging and pervasive difficulties faced by our world today. In the church, there is still progress to be made in understanding the role of emotional health and abolishing the stigma of emotional imbalance. In October, the Seventh-day Adventist Church will hold its first international conference on " Emotional Health & Wellness ." I urge members, pastors and administrators to attend and consider their approach to the issues of mental health and depression among their workers.

In North America, Adventist leadership to provide direction for region’s media ministries

Top Seventh-day Adventist Church leadership in North America committed last month to prioritizing the church's media ministries in the region.

Commentary: Adventist health studies indicate a long, healthy life is no accident

People continuously seek the secrets to a long, fulfilling life. As members of a church that has historically emphasized physical health as an important component of spiritual health, we are in a unique position to find answers.

Church taps Leslie as Adventist point person in Washington, D.C.

Veteran attorney and business leader Dwayne Leslie will serve as the Seventh-day Adventist Church's voice in Washington, D.C., following a vote taken yesterday by the world church's Executive Committee. Attorney Dwayne Leslie brings broad experience from the legal and corporate worlds to his new position as director of Legislative Affairs for the Seventh-day Adventist world church

Loma Linda’s longtime spokesman Weismeyer dies at 67

Richard W. Weismeyer traveled to more than 50 countries while serving as director of Loma Linda University's university relations department. He died January 12 at age 67.

The Industrial Age of churches and ministries is over

Marketing guru Seth Godin endorsed my book "The Last TV Evangelist" about why Christians are failing to engage the culture effectively through media. He's considered by many to be a visionary thinker. Recently, he wrote a fascinating blog post on the recession, and pointed out that it's made up of two important things: 1.

Bradshaw is new ‘It Is Written’ speaker/director

John Bradshaw, the New Zealand-born pastor of a Seventh-day Adventist congregation in College Place, Washington, is the new speaker/director of It Is Written, a pioneering Adventist television ministry. He succeeds Shawn Boonstra, who stepped aside earlier this month over health concerns. In an e-mail message to the ministry's supporters, Boonstra described Bradshaw as "a man with a deep commitment to the cause of Christ and an obvious passion for soul-winning." He added, "Our backgrounds and approaches to the work are remarkably similar, and yet [John] brings new insights and abilities to It Is Written that will expand our impact and help us become even more effective in leading people to Christ." Earlier, in discussing his departure from day-to-day responsibilities for It Is Written, Boonstra wrote, "Due to health issues, I am relinquishing my duties as speaker/director of It Is Written.

Oakwood selects Pollard as president

The Oakwood University board yesterday selected Loma Linda University Vice President of Diversity Leslie N. Pollard to serve as its president, a university statement said
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